Winter storm watch in effect for Greater Sudbury

Winter storm watch in effect for Greater Sudbury

Winter storm watch in effect for Greater Sudbury

Wind impacts are not expected at this time, and ice impacts don't look thy will be that big a deal given the expected quick change from Snow to ice to rain.

A Winter Storm Watch will be in effect overnight for all of southeast MI, leading to a tough commute Tuesday morning.

Total snowfall and ice pellet amounts of 10 to 15 centimeters are possible before ending Wednesday.

Snow arrives prior to the evening commute Tuesday. With the wintry-wet transition underway, Tuesday morning's commute may very well be a messy ride.

Precipitation is expected to start in Western Massachusetts around noon on Tuesday, beginning in Boston around 3 p.m.

A wintry mix is likely to pass through the region before changing into rain along the coast Tuesday. Rain and Snow are possible by Friday. Even though we won't be down to freezing in DC, a little sleet on the roads could still cause some slippery spots overnight and early Monday morning.

Some parts of the Pacific Northwest already buried by a winter storm are starting to see another round of snowfall. For the winter so far, 64.2 inches have fallen, about 7 inches more than normal, according to Weather Service records.

Snow is expected to taper off to flurries on Wednesday.

A Winter Storm Watch will be in effect from Monday afternoon until Tuesday morning.

It appears we're about to get whacked by a major winter storm. The exception will be towards the Iowa border where temperatures could stay colder.

Storms have delivered more snow to Seattle in the first days of February than it usually gets in a year, The Seattle Times reported.

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